Pair LEGO Marvel and City sets to recreate an iconic MCU scene

You can recreate one of Ant-Man’s most iconic MCU scenes by pairing up two LEGO Marvel and LEGO City sets.

The upcoming release of 76256 Ant-Man Construction Figure will get Scott Laing the brick-built giant-scale suit that he’s deserved ever since he first grew to that enormous size, earning himself some well-deserved orange slices. However, aside from the microfigure of the Wasp, it’s hard to see the scale of the build as he doesn’t come with any scenery that shows off his enormous size.

However, we’ve found one LEGO City set that will do the trick: 31126 Supersonic Jet. At 27cm long, this is three centimeters longer than 76256’s height of 24cm. This is roughly in scale to how Laing was next to a passenger plane during the airport battle of Captain America: Civil War. That means that, although the colours are slightly off, it’s the perfect size to recreate Ant-Man’s airport rampage.

In the movie, Laing distracted Team Ironman from Steve Rogers and Bucky for long enough for them to make a mistake by growing to his enormous size and ripping the wing off an airplane. As LEGO sets can obviously be easily taken apart and put back together, the LEGO City model is perfectly placed to have a few chunks ripped out of it by a rampaging superhero.

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We’ve dug into a few more details that we spotted in 76256 Ant-Man Construction Figure in our in-depth visual tour. The set itself will be available to buy from May 1, 2023, selling for £29.99 / $29.99 / €34.99.

Featured image: Disney/Marvel Entertainment

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Rachael Davies
Rachael Davies
I write about all the very best fandoms – and that means LEGO, of course. Spending so much time looking at and talking about LEGO sets is dangerous for my bank balance, but the LEGO shelves are thriving. You win some, you lose some.

Rachael Davies

I write about all the very best fandoms – and that means LEGO, of course. Spending so much time looking at and talking about LEGO sets is dangerous for my bank balance, but the LEGO shelves are thriving. You win some, you lose some.

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